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Artist: Carlo Dolci (1616–1686)
Title: 日本語: 悲しみの聖母
English: Mater Dolorosa
Object type: Painting
Notes: The painter's wife Teresa Bucherelli idealized as the Madonna
Date: ca. 1655
Medium: oil on canvas
Dimensions: Height: 825 mm (32.48 in). Width: 670 mm (26.38 in).
Current location: National Museum of Western Art
Accession number: P.1998-0002
Object history: English: Possibly the like-sized oval Madonna from the Colonna Collection, Palazzo Colonna, Rome; sold in London by W. Young Ottley, 24 January 1801, lot 12; Carlo Dorci Madonna Dolorata Oval-2 ft. 8 ins. high by 2 ft. 2 ins. wide; Duke of Buckingham and Chandos until 1848; Lord Dudley and Ward 1848-1892; Christie's London, 8 December 1892, lot 60, bt by Mr. Dunthorne.
Inscriptions: English: Inscribed on the reverse: REGINA MARTIRUM ORA PRO NOBIS
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